When voters in a new Quinnipiac poll out today were asked who they’d like to elect as governor in 2010, Michael Bloomberg came out on top, slightly edging out Rudy Giuliani.
The survey gave respondents four choices: Bloomberg, Giuliani, David Paterson and Andrew Cuomo.
Paterson, who enjoys a 67-20 approval rating according to Read More
A poll that is both topical and completely irrelevant shows Michael Bloomberg faring poorly in hypothetical three-way match-ups in key presidential states.
Here’s the release from Quinnipiac:
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who has insisted he is not running for President, could not break out of single digits in three-way presidential matchups in Read More
A national poll from Quinnipiac University today showed Hillary Clinton leading Rudy Giuliani in a theoretical head-to-head match-up by 45 to 44 percent. Al Gore, who isn't a candidate yet, leads Giuliani 45 to 43 percent, and Barack Obama ties Giuliani at 42 percent.
Other numbers from the poll:
Clinton leads John McCain Read More
Here is a quick look at some polls released today:
Hillary Clinton increased her lead over Barack Obama and theoretical candidate Al Gore in New York, according to the Siena Research Institute.
Al Gore is the strongest Democratic candidate against Rudy Giuliani in Pennsylvania, according to the Quinnipiac University Read More
In case you were wondering who to invite this weekend…
Barack Obama and Rudy Giuliani are the presidential candidates most Americans would want to have burger with on Memorial Day weekend, according to a new Quinnipiac poll.
OK, last post of the day on that congestion pricing poll…
Quinnipiac pollster Mickey Carroll defended his findings showing New York City voters split over congestion pricing, with Manhattan heavily in favor and the outer boroughs heavily against.
Critics said he ensured a negative result by failing Read More
Although congestion is seen as a major problem in the city, the proposed congestion pricing plan isn’t winning major support outside Manhattan, according to a Quinnipiac poll released today.
Overall, New York City voters are split on the issue, 45 to 46 percent.
Manhattan residents support the plan by a margin Read More
"Obama Runs Best Against GOP Front-Runner Giuliani" is the headline for the press release accompanying a new Quinnipiac poll, countering the notion that Hillary Clinton would fare best in the match-up that almost happened when she ran for Senate in 2000.
The survey was taken by 1,166 voters, including 469 Republicans and Read More
Today’s Q poll offers a pithy write-off of Mike Bloomberg’s theoretical presidential candidacy.
“Bloomberg doesn’t even get a majority of Republicans. And Democrats? Fuhgeddaboutit,” said Maurice Carroll, director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.
But, as Carroll noted in an earlier Q poll about Bloomberg’s chances in another race:
“If Bloomberg does Read More